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FileToMail(Pro) 2.1b

Send files from Windows Explorer with two mouse clicks!


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  • Last Updated: Dec 30, 2010
  • License: Shareware $19.99
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For FileToMail(Pro) 2.1bPublisher's description


FileToMail(Pro) is a Social & Communication software developed by P&S Group. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for FileToMail(Pro):

Edit By BS Editor: FileToMail is a small utility that allow you to send your files by means of email directly from Windows Explorer with just two mouse clicks.

For each file from "Attach Files" list FileToMail creates an electronic message with receiver's address and subject, makes attached file and sends this message. Particularly FileToMail suitable for sending the multivolume archives.

Install FileToMail and fill in all required options (SMTP server address, SMTP Port, your email address, etc) after the installation. After that will be able to send any file and directory directly from Windows Explorer with one mouse click. To send file(s) from Explorer, you have to select them in a usial way, right-click selected files and use "Send to|FileToMail" menu item to invoke FileToMail create a new mail message. Also you can drag selected files and drop on FileToMail Window or one's icon on desktop. Type the recipient's email address and click the "Send" button.

Also you can use FileToMail command line abilities to reach some special purposes such as using it as an automated Mail Sender from DOS Batch file, or Windows lnk file etc.
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